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5 hours ago, standing tall said:

Q. Can candidates for upcoming elections give a short campaign speech to members, prior to nomination meeting?

If so please give references where in book of order is allowed and located 

No.

There is no parliamentary privilege or right to speak during a meeting that way.

However, a motion could be adopted, allowing such a "candidates forum." -- e.g., to give candidates 3 minutes to speak on their qualifications.

 

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6 hours ago, standing tall said:

Can candidates for upcoming elections give a short campaign speech to members, prior to nomination meeting ,if so please give references where in book of order is allowed and located 

RONR does not contain anything about candidate speeches, but as nominations are debatable, candidates can debate why their nomination is important (i.e. a speeck about why they should be elected.)

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